Reaching the Unreached Tanzania (RUT)
P. O. Box 1230
Contact person: Vitus Msangazi
- Aid for developing countries
- Commune, community project
- Human rights
- Overnight facilities
- Volunteers are welcome.
Reaching the Unreached Tanzania (RUT) is a national voluntary based non-governmental organization (NGO) established in 2016 by a group of young public health and community development specialists and got official registration in 2018. RUT works in the communities to address women and girls’ health related issues including but not limited to Sexual and reproductive Health, Nutrition, HIV/AIDS, Gender Based Violence (GBV), Climate Change, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Chronic and Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs).
RUT’s main focus is to support and help women to realize their better lives through community sensitization and programs implementation.
A healthy society free from diseases and injustices; and well protected women and young girls.
To support the community in attaining better health, fight against gender and children violence through community-based programs and interventions.
• To promote and improve public health in the community.
• To advocate for women and girls’ rights and inform women about their rights regarding gender-based violence and guide them through rehabilitation.
• To empower women and young girls by providing tools and knowledge that will enable them to become economically independent.
• To promote, and enhance community knowledge, understanding and appreciation of nature, and thereafter participate in conservation of natural resources and environment.
• Gender Based Violence (GBV): Community members are being empowered through sensitization and community awareness creation, especially for women to be the frontline in advocating for their rights and the rights of their children.
• HIV & AIDS: RUT has realized the urgent need and possibility of having Free HIV Generation. To achieve that, RUT conducts risk assessment, provides health education and links individuals to HIV services (HIV Testing, Care and Treatment).
• Reproductive, Maternal, New born, Child and Adolescent Health(RMNCAH) + Nutrition: In line with government goals and strategies, RUT has positioned itself to support the efforts of the government of improving maternal and child health. A number of interventions have been deployed by RUT including provision of nutritional counselling at family, school, community and health facility levels, and linking children with severe acute malnutrition to health facilities for further management.
• Climate Change: RUT supports climate change adaptation programs by enhancing young generation’s capacity to communicate climate change through awareness rising on the causes, impacts, adaptation and mitigation measures to climate change.
• Chronic and Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs): In addressing double burden of diseases in developing countries, RUT is committed to be among stakeholders who will contribute in the reduction of the problem. To achieve the foresaid ambition, RUT provides health education, creates community awareness programs, individual counselling and linking people at risk to health facilities for proper advice and management.
• Back to School: This project is set to address a set of two interrelated issues namely; child marriage and child pregnancy through education.
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.